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Byron B. Warnken Quoted in the Baltimore Sun Regarding Workers’ Compensation

Warnken, LLC owner and managing attorney was quoted in the Baltimore Sun in a story that ran on December 8, 2017 regarding the death of Baltimore Detective Sean Suiter.  The Sun sought the firm’s expertise in explaining the workers’ compensation process in Maryland.  The conversation with the reporter lasted about 15 minutes, though the quote […]

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Warnken, LLC Obtained More than $600,000 for Injured Workers in May

$609,887.41 to be exact.  Warnken, LLC’s Workers’ Compensation Cases Completed in May… Injury:  Back Injury Body Part: Back Amount: $10,000.00 Claimant originally received a PPD award in the amount of $23,025.00.  Thereafter, the injured worker decided to settle the claim with the insurer because of a move out of state.   Injury: Left shoulder labral […]

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Raynor v. State – Court of Appeals

The Raynor argument is today, April 8. Issues – Criminal Law (1) Whether, under the Fourth Amendment & Art. 26 of the Md. Declaration of Rights, a citizen maintains an objectively reasonable expectation of privacy in the DNA found in genetic material involuntarily and knowingly deposited through ordinary biological processes? (2) Whether, under the Fourth […]

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Warnken, LLC Helps Secure Med Mal Award

Byron L. Warnken, Esq. and James Nichols, Esq. served as counsel in the post-trial motions for Maryland’s largest ever medical malpractice verdict.  This week the Honorable Marcus Shar in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, ruled largely in favor of the plaintiffs in Enzo Martinez, et al vs. Johns Hopkins Hospital, et al.  The jury’s […]

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Civil Lawsuits, Sentencings, and High Profile Trials

Byron Warnken was in the media half a dozen times last week.  He commented on the Yeardley Love civil suit on ABC.  He is quoted as saying, “The Plaintiffs want to make [George Huguely] take the stand, maybe make him admit it.”  Click Byron Warnken comments on Love’s civil trial to read the whole story.  […]

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Professor Byron Warnken Is Interviewed about Miranda Rights by the Washington Post

The Honorable Eric Johnson, on the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, granted a motion to suppress a confession given by a father in a sex abuse case involving his daughter.  The defense argued that the statement was inadmissible because the defendant’s Miranda rights were violated.  Judge Johnson, a former police officer, agreed.  To obtain a […]

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Byron Warnken Quoted on WBAL

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When a Baltimore County Judge got into trouble for violating an order in his own personal divorce case, WBAL turned to Byron Warnken, Esq., as they often do, for advice about the meaning of what was happening.  To read about the situation, please go to WBAL’s article about the judge. To read more about Professor […]

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Attorney James Nichols Quoted

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Both the Baltimore Sun and the Annapolis Capital quoted Attorney James Nichols on his representation of a client.  You can click on the links below to read the stories. The Baltimore Sun on James Nichols, Esq. The Annapolis Capital on James Nichols, Esq. (Story no longer live on the web.)

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Warnken Quoted in Daily Record

On Friday, the Court of Appeals overturned a conviction for reckless endangerment.  Warnken, a recognized Maryland criminal law expert, was quoted as saying, “The jury is permitted, but not required, to draw an inference against the one who didn’t have” the evidence.  The story also pointed to Warnken’s efforts in writing a treatise on Maryland […]

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Warnken Quoted in the BBJ

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In addition to about a half a dozen television and Baltimore Sun interviews and quotes in the last month, Warnken was tapped by the Baltimore Business Journal to give his opinions on new Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein.  Warnken was asked about his friend Gregg Bernstein’s idea to bring young lawyers from big Baltimore […]

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